Delegates at CRU’s Sulphur & Sulphuric Acid Conference 2019 are gathering in Houston from 5 – 7 November 2019 to discuss the latest industry developments.
The symposium in Sochi this week covered topics such as new developments in sulfuric acid catalysts, plant capacity increase and expansion, project execution and process design, troubleshooting and issue investigation, emissions control, lifecycle cost reduction and specific technology solutions.
The company recently held a symposium in Dubai that included discussions on sulfuric acid recovery best practices and case studies.
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The Republic of Uzbekistan and Germany have announced plans to construct a new chemical complex for the increased production of fertilizers in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
A new catalytic solution from Haldor Topsoe promises to remove hydrogen sulfide in lean off gases from viscose production, seeking to challenge traditional scrubbers on cost.
The plan, in collaboration with JP Morgan, brings the company close to securing funding for its plans to produce more than 10 tpy of polyhalite fertilizer from its Woodsmith mine in North Yorkshire.
Gary Siegel, Beltran Technologies Inc., USA, examines the effectiveness of modern wet electrostatic precipitator technology.
India based fertilizer producer Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers (RCF) has received three offers in its to buy 10000 t of sulfur 4 January tender.